The experts at Fletcher Arms always have something new to show their customers?or, in many cases, something old. Their store houses an ever-changing selection of new, used, and vintage firearms, including a Colt revolver that is more than 100 years old. Fletcher's staff helps customers navigate this inventory as well as its stock of hunting accessories. The staff also includes instructor Robert Llanas, who teaches basic pistol technique and other skills by appointment.
If you tried reciting all the services provided at Maxon Shooters Supplies and Indoor Range, you'd likely run out of breath. In addition to the indoor ranges, the staff covers everything from installing scopes via gunsmithing services to storing firearms in a climate-controlled facility. Fifteen training courses are overseen by experienced, NRA- and state-certified instructors, and events such as ladies' nights and seasonal zombie shoots encourage communal environments.
Experience is the foundation of Brew City Shooter's Supply. Owner Mike Allan is a military veteran, shooting enthusiast, and certified pistol instructor. Many of his fellow instructors also have military backgrounds and NRA training, and they all teach customers to safely handle, discharge, and own firearms. Brew City's team also includes armorers who have trained with Smith & Wesson and Glock. These experts clean, upgrade, and repair guns.
The sudden roar of gunfire rolls over Richmond Hunting Club's facilities, which sprawl across 850 untamed acres. The club's location nearly adjacent to Chain O' Lakes State Park draws sportspeople of all levels who can spend time shooting skeet, boarding a loyal hunting dog at the onsite kennel, paintballing, or stocking up on ammo at the pro shop. Outdoorsy folks who frequent the club often tie up their mountain goat outside and congregate inside the Bar & Grill, refueling weary trigger fingers with buffalo burgers and pheasant pot pies in a classic hunting-lodge setting.
For the past 29 years, John and Loie Laimon have proudly contributed to the tight-knit fishing community that surrounds them by running their own fishing-and-bait business. Whether they are selling U.S.-made, handcrafted baits or other handpicked products, renting pontoons for small groups, or winterizing boat motors by fastening Santa hats to them, the Laimons approach each service personably and attentively. This approach has helped them grow to two locations on Pewaukee Lake.